James Parker has been looking for his
wife, Bella, since she left him. He can’t believe that after
all their years together that their marriage is over. Only
Bella has not only not contacted him, she also hasn’t been
in touch with their children. Suddenly, the police are at
his door, telling him that Bella has been in an accident and
that she has no memory of him or their family. Now James has
to win his wife’s trust as a stranger and hope that when she
finally gets her memory back, his betrayal that forced her
to leave him, doesn’t destroy what trust he’s built.
The Way Home is a well-written story and Jean
Brashear is certainly an author who knows how to keep a
story moving. However, this is one story that I definitely
shouldn’t have picked up. Harlequin Super Romance’s
Everlasting Love Series, is a wonderful premise. What
happens to lovers as time goes on, as the years pass. The
only problem is, it seems as though the majority of the
Everlasting Love series involves a hero who is unfaithful.
Granted that premise is steeped in reality but when I pick
up a romance, the last thing I want is to deal with the
infidelity of the hero after years of marriage. It’s a total
turn off. Readers who are looking for a feel good story will
probably want to skip this book and the majority of
Harlequin’s Everlasting Love series.